Step Change, May 2015
30th May - 16 July
30th May - 16 July
Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen
29th May - 27th September 2015
A sceptical approach to exhibition making
Level 1/300 Karangahape Rd, Auckland 1145, New Zealand
27 March - 23 May 2015
Eine Insel auf der Suche nach Festland
4th Nov 2014 - 28th June 2015
New issue of Control Magazine edited by Stephen Willats.
Contributors: Christian Nyampeta, Rosalie Schweiker, Ricardo Basbaum, Andrea Francke, Emma Smith, Stephen Willats, Eva Weinmayr, Ross Taylor & Madalina Zaharia, Luke Cohen and Laura Wilson
£12 + £3 postage
Order at: http://www.controlmagazine.org/order.php
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Stephen Willats' wall drawing for the courtyard of the Galerie Thomas Schulte, Charlottenstrasse 24, Berlin
This manual, which includes texts, interviews and artwork from five decades of practice, is intended as a tool for any artist or practitioner looking to find a meaningful relationship with contemporary society. It proclaims, and argues for, a culture that promotes the fluid, transient, relative and complex society from which it stems.
This new book is available from Cornerhouse Books at £18
A new publication by Stephen Willats, published by Occasional Papers
The Artist As An Instigator Of Changes In Social Cognition And Behaviour, was originally published in 1973 by Gallery House Press and long out of print, the text includes rigorous analyses of social forms of artistic production and descriptions of a number of projects by the artist.
This new edition by Occasional Papers features numerous additional images and a new introduction by Willats.
96 pages with illustrations
13 x 21cm
Distributed by Central Books and Motto
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Texts by Andrew Wilson, Tom Holert, Brigitte Franzen, Ute Meta Bauer, Emily Pethick, Anja Casser, Philipp Ziegler
This publication is the first retrospective and comprehensive compilation of works and writings by Stephen Willats. The first section contains numerous illustrations of works by Willats, including a number not previously published, and text contributions from authors who have been closely involved with the artist for many years. The second section collects important writings by Stephen Willats from his archive, which have been transcribed for the first time and now presented in combination with black-and-white illustrations. This section opens up new and until now unpublished insights into the text works of the artist. Published to accompany the exhibition at Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, 23 September – 21 November 2010
Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg
£48.00 ISBN 978-3-86984-124-3 softback
432 pages illustrated in colour and b&w
270 x 210 mm
English and German text
Available through Cornerhouse Distribution Service and Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
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